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vol 61 / APRIL, 2018
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DOI 10.17586/0021-3454-2015-58-11-934-938

UDC 004.434

PEG-BASED LANGUAGE WORKBENCH RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

Y. D. Korenkov
ITMO University, Department of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics-1; Assistant


I. P. Loginov
ITMO University, Department of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics-1; Master Sci.


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Abstract. Tools for creation of a domain-specific language (called the language workbench) and their features are considered. A new solution based on the PEG-grammars is proposed – a prototype of language workbench that provides an intuitive way for description of a domain specific language grammar. A comparison of key features of the developed prototype with the opportunities provided by existing solutions is presented.
Keywords: language workbench, domain-specific language, language-oriented programming

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